Rob Van Valen, who also goes by the monicker Odd Dots, currently lives in Berlin and has had previous work released on New York's Wolf+Lamb. With Archipel he now brings us the sleek and ultra-wobbly and wet "Creatures by Monday" featuring a remix from Archipel friend and one of Montreal's finest, Mateo Murphy. "Cannibal Orgy" and "Robot Destroy" weave nets of axonal candy floss soaked in psychotomimetic shards of digitized phantasmic matter implanted inside... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Van Valen, Archipel, Minimal, Techno, Mateo murphy
Rob Van Valen has released tracks on Archipel Musique (as Van Valen, click here for the EP), Frankie Records, Wolf+Lamb Music (as Van Valen and Odd Dots, click for releases) and has appeared on Claude VonStroke's Fabric 046 Compilation.four unreleased tracks from 20101. Rob Van Valen - "Behind the Glass" - Behind the Glass EP2. Rob Van Valen - "Carpet baby" - Behind the Glass EP3. Rob Van Valen - Untitled 1 - Unreleased 4. Rob Van Valen - Untitled 2 - UnreleasedBehind... Topics: Rob Van Valen, Van Valen, Mikael Stavostrand, Mikael Stavöstrand, No Regular Play, tech-house,...
Rob Van Valen under the producer names Odd Dots and Van Valen2006/2007 net label releases on Wolf+Lamb Music1. Odd Dots - "Egg Head" (WL016) Wolf+Lamb Music 20062. Odd Dots - "Hermit Crab" (WL005) Wolf+Lamb Music 20063. Van Valen - "Fun with Fingers" (WL028) Wolf+Lamb Music 2007 more info and tracks by Rob Van Valen available at:https://soundcloud.com/robvanvalen Topics: odd dots, rob van valen, van valen, minimal techno, techno, wolf+lamb music, wolf + lamb music,...
byDavid Wu; David Van Valen; Qicong Hu; Rob Phillips
We study the control parameters that govern the dynamics of in vitro DNA ejection in bacteriophage lambda. Past work has demonstrated that bacteriophage DNA is highly pressurized; this pressure has been hypothesized to help drive DNA ejection. Ions influence this process by screening charges on DNA; however, a systematic variation of salt concentrations to explore these effects has not been undertaken. To study the nature of the forces driving DNA ejection, we performed in vitro measurements of... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1003.0223v1
This article is from Arthritis Research & Therapy, volume 11.AbstractIntroduction: The rheumatoid arthritis (RA) synovium is characterised by the presence of an aggressive population of activated synovial fibroblasts (RASFs) that are prominently involved in the destruction of articular cartilage and bone. Accumulating evidence suggests that RASFs are relatively resistant to Fas-ligand (FasL)-induced apoptosis, but the data concerning tumour necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2688248
byBockting, Claudi LH; Kok, Gemma D; Kamp, Lillian van der; Smit, Filip; van Valen, Evelien; Schoevers, Robert; van Marwijk, Harm; Cuijpers, Pim; Riper, Heleen; Dekker, Jack; Beck, Aaron T
This article is from BMC Psychiatry, volume 11.AbstractBackground: Major depressive disorder (MDD) is projected to rank second on a list of 15 major diseases in terms of burden in 2030. The major contribution of MDD to disability and health care costs is largely due to its highly recurrent nature. Accordingly, efforts to reduce the disabling effects of this chronic condition should shift to preventing recurrence, especially in patients at high risk of recurrence. Given its high prevalence and... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3036590